Listening to French spoken is a must when you are learning the language, however you might not be able to go to France very often. Luckily, there is now a wide range of podcasts available online (some as phone apps) than can allow you to listen to programmes at your level.
I recommend you include one or two as part of your weekly routine (listen in the car, on the train, in bed, whilst cooking, gardening, etc) as they are a great way, not only to improve your comprehension and accent, but also to learn a bit more about French culture.
A few apps and sites for you to explore :
Coffee Break (you can choose your level) https://radiolingua.com/coffeebreakfrench/
Transfert (by Slate) http://www.slate.fr/podcasts/
Entre (by Louie Media) https://louiemedia.com/entre
Superheros (by Binge) https://podcasts.apple.com/lu/podcast/superh%C3%A9ros/id1189243636
Most radio stations have a multitude of podcasts . I recommend you check on the France Inter website, for interesting programmes like : Boomerang (in depth interviews with actors, singers, film makers., etc) ; Grand bien vous fasse (societal) ; Carnets de campagne (what is happening in our villages) ; La terre au carré (ecology) and many more. https://www.franceinter.fr/programmes
Podcasts selected for you :
*Joel Dicker, the Swiss sensation :
*Catherine Deneuve, une vie :
*Quelques idées pour occuper les enfants pendant le confinement :
*Joan Baez sur Boomerang :
*Annie Leibovitz sur Boomerang :